I know I try to be considerate of others, but from the results, my answers to the questions resulted otherwise. At least for sympathy, cooperation, and trust I scored an average. Lastly for openness I scored a low of 4, which was alarming to me, because the number was a single digit number. Though I do find myself preferring plain and simple things, however it was upsetting that I scored low on adventurousness for someone who likes to
I am not likely to become an entrepreneur because I am not good at personal planning. On the Locus of Control it was determined that I am internally focused meaning that I am self-motivated. I do believe that we are responsible for our future, but I am also a little lazy and often find it very difficult to do something that I do not want to do if it is not required of me. Working with Others Communication Skills I have a probing communication style. When I am face to face with people I often forget material I wanted to mention if it is not written down.
Out of the whole assessment, this was the only area that I didn’t feel was as accurate. While I have an “open-door” policy with the people in my life and I’m confident when meeting new people, I definitely do not like having a lot of contact with other people. I do tend to prefer solitude
The Five-Factor Model of Personality is a system used in order to describe an individual’s personality traits. By requiring said individual to answer a series of questions, this test is able to decipher the traits that are most likely evident within their life. The Five-Factor Model of Personality test gives the test subject a series of situational options. Using the subject’s responses, psychologist match the answers to the personality in which best relates. A highly accurate description of ones’ personality can be easily configured by using the Five-Factor Model of Personality by testing either high or low in the following areas; openness to experience, extraversion, conscientiousness, agreeableness, and neuroticism.
This can be good in most instances but it does say that sometimes tasks are done more slowly, which can be a negative in some instances. The evaluation states that this score shows that I tend to be calming to those around me which can be true but only really on a one to one basis. I scored very high on the C spectrum which means I am a perfectionist who needs to have a clear picture of the end result before even beginning a project. It means I need to have controlled and accurate results while working in a constant environment with little change. Overall these assessments showed me that I need to be more open and compassionate with those around me.
I think this accurately represents me because while I have a set schedule, I can be flexible and messy at times. Neuroticism measures emotional resilience and control. For neuroticism, I scored a 22 out of 40. I do experience stress and worry about work both in and out of the office. I scored a 22 out of 40 on openness to experience, meaning that I am creative and like tackling new challenges, but also dislike change and can sometimes resist new ideas.
What makes this unique from sources such as “Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind (manga)”, and “Joan Halifax from TED Talks” is that this one relies on precision calculation rather than morality that aren’t certain for people with different morale values. There are too many terms that were from psychology and science to talk about in this rough draft, but one most important thing that must be mentioned is that ProQOL is all about Compassion Satisfaction (the pleasure you derive from being able to do your work well. ), and Compassion Fatigue (breaks into two parts: The first part concerns things such as such as exhaustion, frustration, anger and depression typical of burnout. Secondary Traumatic Stress is a negative fOne fact that is interesting is how Joan Halifax explains those previously mentioned “those eyes and hands” which were fierce and wrathful were used tenderly and wisely as well. She describes of people who have those characteristics would “touch” other’s lives for the better when she gave many emotionally touching examples.
These competitors can be separated into two main categories: traditional and contemporary. Both types of pastry chefs have several abilities such as creativity, detail-oriented, be well-rounded, and have experience. Contemporary chefs are more focused on being new and creating crazy cakes. While traditional chefs are centered on following the traditional rules and perfecting their basic skills. Despite the experience gaps between these competitors and myself, I make up for it in my creativity, attention to detail, innovation and being able to expand my culinary knowledge.
In psychology, the Big Five personality traits are five broad dimensions of an individual’s personality. The personality traits include openness, conscientiousness, extraversion, agreeableness, and neuroticism. The two psychologists who discovered this theory are Costa and McCrae. In this paper I will discuss the history of the five-factor model, each of the five different personality traits, and how this is significant in my own life and my behavior. In 1992, two psychologists by the name of Costa and McCrae made a brilliant discovery of various dimensions of personality traits and put them in five separate personality traits.
Culinary arts is not just a fancy way to prepare a meal for someone. It's dedication, heart, creativity, and it is the fuel in the heart that drives a plain dish, into a culinary dish. Passion and dedication overwhelms the ordinary cook into a professional chef. You have a dream for yourself, a goal and you create a mark for yourself and enforce that mark until you reach your dreams and your goals. For me it’s becoming a chef and owning a restaurant of my own.